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ITEMS. tfaered and ParagrapHed for : Busty Renders. he orivate car of Cot. A. B Andrews, t vice-president of the Southern road, sed through the city yesterday. wo men imbibed too freely of the 8 that causes them to walk crooked i."see snakes" last evemn sua were en in out of the cold . by the police ve dollars will be the amount chareed atast them this morning for the irht's lodeing. Comes rather high, lit, then; that is the standard price for iich accommodations. The cigarette depsrtaient of W. juke, Sons & Company's factory was Ved down yesterday and will be Vsed again to-day. The cause of this Jpp is to Isy a new floor np in the third bry, which is occupied by the packing, imping and shipping departments of iat great industry. The entire factory ill resume work again to-morrow orning. - V message wss received by L. W. hsmith, of this city, vesterday which td that his sister, Mr. D. A. Rogers. ' impsoa county, was dead, Mrs. rs was about 48 years of age and tW Jcath, which was caused by measles 4 M a complication of diseases .was quite 1 l,mrlu in hnr . brother in this CltV. He has the sympathies of a large num ber bf friends in this sad bour. i novel Polaoa Bottlev- jiong the cnrious inventions ted this week it a simple and 1 contrivance mr savior numan fs known as "the safety poison hot- The idea originated in tl.e brain I Western man; and bis invention aises to save the lives of many ab a .minded and careless persons. I ; if addition to tbe usual sknll and 1 s bones label, bearing in prominent rrs the legend. "Poison," the bottle, jj:h is designed to contain . deadly Jids, is provided With a series of an Aatic needles, sttacbed to fine steel injrs. Should a person pick np the sule suddenly it will remind him of e dangerous stuff within by the J ' ke fingers. i11m ihnnllnff AdlwlM MA nnrtlflff Of course, in some caaea tbe vessels fill be drop 1 1 to tbe floor and broken hen the painful darta sboot into tbe tigers, but the inventor believes tkat a be overlooked under the circum laces. Washington Times. ; Good Maala la Store Durham's tnuIc lov'ne peop.e will I given a rare treat in tbe near future. tmetima oear May I, a concert will be ten by some of tbt best borne talent r the benefit of tbe Knights of Py Vs. Those wbo are fond of good ma' t may get themselves ia readinese to md one of tbe best musical concerts t r civea ia Durham. Tbt exact date ( the concert is as yet unknown bu ill be announced later. Posters will te pat np-as soon at tbt date ia decided on. t ....(.. Veaezat om tbt Ftwce. Vcnemtla ht takes so decided stand. 'Mr tor or against Cuban Independ' . Tbt popular aentiment is as ibtedly for the latter, but President mvo. ia kis anessart to tbe Yenexoe- l a congress, deala mildly with the cuf f.nlty, as follows: "The Island of Cuba has rebelled r -stn, claiming teparatios from Spain. s is natural, this baa awakened se n li ra ts of sympathy ia all independent merica, wbicb bavo canted Is Vent-K-la popular but peaceful nanifesta- "Be fort tbt goveramcot of the re- nbllc some questions have bees raised I 1 favor of Cuba, caused by persons in. ' vcstH, but which have sot bees el uded to because of tbt respect held r tbt strictly neutral duties which the Hions observe between tbem. Msy , pnbtie men, both In Spain and tuba ; id conciliatory meant to soon pat an el to the sit union." I Tbt Insurgent OofMtod. flAVSHA, March 10, (Antral PraU torts having bad a battle with a force !, rebels 4,000 strong, commanded by uiatia Banderaa and Angel Coma, on te Santa Rita estate at Baro, is the rovlnceol Vaiaaza. The troops dis- ! jd tbt enemy who were entrench 1 and. later leelsted taccemfntly as st em pt of the rebett to form ia as arch of circle with tbt intention of tarround. Can. Prtu' cavalry. The arrival of infortemtats of infantry frustrated lis and with tbt additional force tbe v error wert finally dispersed. The fiht lasted four hours. The official re- 'ortof tbt engagement says that tbt ' nrmy lost, twenty killed and S large m ruber wounded. . I . His Bod Is fsdlstsrttd. ! BiUxroxTt, Pa., March fo. Tbe re- rt that tbt body of murderer aad sicidt William Ellin eer had bees Wilcn from lis mrava is not so. Tbt belie! that tbt body bad beet : Vi'.en wis created is tbt minds of tbt toj.lt a Woodward by tbt arrival la t tows of a number of atranga news. tr men, wbo came to get stories of trsgedy for their papers. Etlinger'a , Aj still lies beaestb tbt stones tbst vef his coffin os tbt outskirts ol oodwsrd. i ' 1 . ' B 4 U toy Flour C us oui bought before th rise, Hero n A Bagwell.. , . II 4 U buy C us. 4 tho rise. " Flour bought Uirlce'i Genuine "Dixie Mows" SHORT only fl.20. Ilerudon & Bagwell. PERSONAL MENTION. People Who Come and Go aud Stay , at Home , Portmsster W.N. Pritchard, of Chapel Hill, spent part of the day yesterday in Durham. . . ' Mayor J, G. Angler, of Cary, was in Durham yesterday morning and return ed home on the a:oj train. ; '- Greek O. - Andrews, editor of tl e Press-Visitor, was a passenger on the west bound train last evening. Dr. L. I. Bodeuheimer went down . to Raleigh yesterday where be will spend several days on business and pleasure. Rev. T.J. Gsttls, who has been on a trip to Goldatoro and other points for several days, returned borne last even ing, ' . , Rev. Rufua King, the' Quaker preacher of Guilford com ty, was in Durham yes terday and left on the 5 o'clock train for bis borne. . v ' mss Ilia Tyer," daughter of Rev. A. P. Tyer, of Trinity Park, left yesterday morning for Greensboro on a visit to friends. W, J. Fitch, of McC ray's Alsmance county, wbo has been on a short visit to the family of hia son, Dr. W. E, Pitch, returned home last eveninc Frank Chamberlain returned Tester. day to Goldsboro where be is engaged in the tobacco business. He bad teen here on a pleasant visit to relatives. Failed to "Get Out" Tbe police "run In" Annie Bill, col- ored, last evening. "A few days ago she was before Msyor Pesy charged with being a nuisance, but judgment wss uspended upon her promising to leave tbe city and stay away. Tbt police were ordered to re-arrest her if she did not "bit tbe grit" in a certain length of time, and last nigbt tbe was found here fter her "day of grace" had expired. It is quite likely that Msyor Peay will send her out to the county work house this time where ste wilt baetimeto reflect upon ber wild career. . Durham People Remembered. From tbe Raleigh Kewaand Observer it is lesrned that the late Mrs. Mary E. Reade, remembered several Durham la dies In her will, which was admitted to probate before tbe clerk of court of Wske county, Tuesday afternoon, with C. H. Bclvin and ber nephew J. W. Hat. den, as executor. She left twenty slures of stock ol the National Bank of Raleigh to Mrs. Lizzie Noel! and Mrs. Ellen Bernard and fire shares of same to Mis. Margaret loss all of this city. Iter estate, vslued at about ftto.oeo, was divided np among relatives, friends snd old servants. She also gave $500 to the Soldier's Home, in memory of ber brother, Capt William (thaw of the Confederate Army; f 2,000 to the Barium Springs Orpbsnsge. and to tbe Albe marle Presbytery $2,000 to be used in erecting churches, After giving a long list of those to bom sbe intended her wealth to be given, tbe will has three words: "The remainder to my nephew, I. W Harden, wbo has bees like an affectionate son to me." Mr. .Harden la a relative of George Harden, Sr., of this city, and It is thought tbst his part ol the esute ill ameunt to tome fijooo or jo,- 000. Camping la Darhaex. The work house force, or at least part of tbe force, it sow camping Is Dur ham. A squad of twenty mca are at work grading tbe Fowler Hi 1 a the eouth. casters part of tows and have their headquarters la tbe fail yard, rear of court house. ' Asmsll-aited ahantyor stockade for the prisoners baa bees erected and is covered with a teat to harp it from leak- is 1 during tbe bad weather. Tbt county commissioners room Is tbe court house bss bees turned Into s sleeping apart' meat for the guards and two beds have bees pnt np to be seed by tbem. The force worked 08 Fowler's hill Monday aad Tuesday bat yesterday waa so rainy that tbey had to stay io-door's. Takes ts the Hospital. Tbe hospital has another patient Mr. V. 8. Kilby, who ha bees quite ill, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whit- ted, os Morris street, with s complica tion of diseases, waa carrid np to tbe hospital yesterday, lit has bees quite sick and tbt attending physician thought it best that ha be moved to tbe hospital where he could be takes care of by trained sarsea. His many friends wish him a speedy return to health and busi ness again. Mr. Kilby hat bees I J fee ble health for a year or more. He Wasted Stamps. Yesterday afternoon while Ticket Agest Davis, of the Southern road, was waiting os those Intending to go off os tbe S o'clock train; and answering all sorts of questions that were pal to him by those wailing, a mas, who certainly did sot know that was s depot or tboorbt that It wss put to strange est, stepped ap te the window, went down Into hia pocket after hit pocket book, and called for a stamp. He was in formed that that waa sot the poet' office and he went os his way seemingly much surprised. Mr. Davit said that persons frequently call for stamps and mall at tbt window while others wl.l wslh np and ask him if bt "caa tell tbem where they can bay a railroad ticket" This tbowt tbt difference Is humas na ture and also whst those is public posi tions have te contend with. Do you suffer with laditfKt.on, ask for "Kai-Ko-lU." It boats anything you ever tried. Hern- don & liagwoii. j General AMOrtment of News. I Fidel Trittschler, a prominent citizen of Allen town, Pa., craz ed by insomonia, murdered his wife Tuesday and then com mitted suicide The book-keeper of the Howe Scale Works, Rutland, Vt., has confessed that he has stolen $15,000 from employers. About 250 boiler makers a Cleveland, Ohio, are on a strike for an increase of 10 percent in wages. y v " Ex-State Senator John Q Ab bott, of Ohio, was found gniity of taking a bribe in connection with a bill. The five-story warehouse of Mihalovitch Fletcher & Co., distillers, at Cincinnatiburned Tuesday with loss of $200,000 Graham McAdam.a New York m m - m awyer has been arrested ror grand larceny in connection with some fire insurance frauds. An unknown man snatched a tray of diamonds worth 5,000 from a show window in Denver Tuesday and escaped with them. Henry Howe, the aged actor, who came to this country with Henry Irving was found dead in his boarding house at Cincin nati. Tuesday the Lyons division ot Central Railway of Georgia was bought by the Georgia and Alabama Railway, The little town of Pilot Moun tain, on the Cape Fear and Yad- kin Valby railroad, was nearly wiped out by fire Monday night. The business pr rtion of tho town was consumed. Very lit tle insurance. A ten year old colored boy shot and killed his Companion in Wilmington, N. C, on Mon day, saying before he fired, "You messed with me yestcr- day and I'm going to shoot you " He escaped to the wood and has not been found. The Spanish cabinet in the face of Captain General Wey lers recent dispatch that no more troops were needed in Cuba, have decided to call out 60,000 more reserves so that they may be in readiness if their services should be required. At Youngstown. O., a banquet was Eiren or tn min'sienai association to a number of min i8ters of neighboring towns As a side dish to one of the courses Soanish onions were served. A resolution was at once offered that the onions -should not be eaten, th .s censuring the course which Spain is pursuing with regard to the insurgents in Cuba. JThe resolutions were adopted 'and no onions were eaten. A dispatch from Rome says that the Ayssinians lost 4.C00 in the battle of Adowa, where a crushing defeat was inflicted on the Italians. Marrying for Money- Among the unnecessarily harsh judgments pronounced upon human actions may be classed the universal scorn ex pressed toward the girl who marries ior money. There are those who do not hesitate to draw tho most odious compari sons between such a girl and others of her sex. Making of love, so-called, a sort of fetish, the world defies what is, after all, but an iu at net. as tbouzb it were a grander, finer thing than cour age or probity or self-denial or anr other really beautiful human trait. It applauds any insanity committed in the name of love, prrvided always that tbe conventions are observed. Love that tends to the dej graded life o the tenements, to alliances with the diseased or morally weak, that throws away years of training la an art or a' science, that breaks the hearts of parentsall of these things and many as monstrous are excused if only "love" is offered aa a reason for their doing. . ' Sentiment is. indeed, to te preferred to sordldness, but tl e girl who decides Ior tbe decen cies aa well as th luxuries of life, for herself and any children that may be born to her, by choosln wealth instead of poverty is not iipcessarily sor-1 did; and beautiful though scnti ment may be, wheu -to clierish it means ' inevitably life ' in small, unwholesome , quarters, the hot,' stuffyTtown for the children, even in their critical second summer ( since the little home cannot spare the serviw of its mistress, nor is., there money to spa're:for the season's needed outing), when,'. as is usually the case, sentiment means all this frightful injus tice to little helpless, beings, the price is too higli, und t censes ti be a virtue. - vogue. Manners on tho Road- Occupy no more 6pace than you require. v' If your umbrella falls on the floor and a man hands it to you, say "Tbank yoi." . : But don't stare at any man, expecting him to' offer you his seat No doubt he is as tired as you are. - " t If you are a young girl, don't loo aelfconscious, if ever so pretty. Above all, don't make'youi toilet in the cars trimming your nails, fixing your hat. . . If a man f peats to you; take no notice. He will soon stop. Don't giggle, laugh or lot k around in any public convey ance. It is utderbred. . Never count your money on a train. '" - . If a strange woman wishes to cultivate you, beware. If ycu carry a silk bag hang it in your arm. Never put it on tbe seat. Carry your "own drinking glass; never use the cup at the water cooler. 1 Carry your lunch in a box, which can be thrown out the window whn tinislud Always have your name on be inside of your umbrella;also on the tag of your bag. If you are compelled t tal e a baby in a car, exercise good sense. Never take magaz'ne, boxes of candy or any other salable object in your hand, unless you intend to buy them. In a sleeping car, do not, di robe. In case of accideut it would be awkward. Fee the porter foi hir atten tions, but let it be & small one. Don't ,talk of your private affairs when traveling in vehi cles cf any kind. There are always listeners. Yheii traveling with friends be quiet at times. Many people cannot stand the motion of car. In that case silence is golden. Don't read if you have weak eyes, it is injurious. Make no friends on shipboard unless you know who they ere No young girl should travel alone. A chapt' rone should be on hand. Give a boy five fit ten cents to carry your baggage. To go loaded is vulgar. Be on time. The train will not wait. To kif s the "cood by" too often is very bad form. Don't cry unless ycu cannot help it. To ask questions continua.ly of a conductor la very irritating. If you happen to be 01. the sunny side of the car, don't fret. Some idea of the terrors of a bursting volcano may be gained from the account of, tho last eruption ia Hawaii. The crater of the volcano was filled from 600 to 1,000 feet deep with mol ten lava, which finally forced its way through a subterranean passage. It waa 40 milts from there to sea, yet this avalanche of molten rocks reached the water in less than two days. destroying everything in in track. It continued flowing for three weeks, heating the sea water 2C miles out from shore. Massachusetts is I n th e throes of a crisis. A proposition having been made to erect a stature of the late Gen. Benja min F. Butler in Boston, fifty men in that city signed ' and sent to the state house a protest against it. It would be agoo idea to get the average size of the hats these men wear. Mas sachusetts ought to be proud o such a man as Butler, aud boi glad to do honor to his memory ' fc yoHoar VM6 tickets Sat He JliHlu't liiluii.lt la Mention lb, Fart to VWfe. Dinner was over1, and Mr. Snapshot had seated himself cosily before tlie Sro to peruse tho vuninj pnpor. Afior a fuw anxious glanw at him his w(a remarked: ' ''I hope you haven't' forgotten that we are going to thu lew pluy to-niftlit, Iosepliu ? ; Her hubhnud gars a guilty start, 'Of course 1 haveu't forgotten; 1 never forget any thing; but it is early, and I want to read niy paper in peace, not in pieces." , After thi.s scorching snub Mrs. Snap shot vi silent for live minutes, then she observed: - "It stems to me that everybody I know i going to-night, and I'm so h'lud that I got my new bonnet homo in time it was oiiiy by dint of tele phoning to the milliner every half hour that I did ho." , . ' "Huinphl If you kept the woman at the telephone all day how hid yon ex pect her to find time to make your boo not?" - "You don't know anything about milliners, Joseph us. I do hoper our wals are good ones. Mrs. Ulauqus told me that there was such a crowd at the box olliee that .she ruined her lovely new sleeves in getting hers. Khe says there will not even be standing room to-night." - Mr. Snapshot looked anxious, "By the way, my dear, while you were tele phoning I suppose you called np the laundryman and told him to send my things; I haven't "a shirt in the house fit to wear to-night." "Oh, Josephus; 1 never once thought of it." V . ' "Of coarse not. We will just remain at home then." 1 ,', "iiut, dear, the one yon are wearing Is plenty clean enough; you only put J it on (Thank you, I don't care to go look ing like a sweep, while you" "Couldn't couldn't you send ovei and borrow one from Mr. Blunque? I'm so sorry I forgot" "And have Mr. Iilunqua say that yoa spend all my money on dress while I haven't a shirt to my back I And when ( particularly wimteJ to go to-night, too;" it is too much." lie turned to bis paper in silent maj esty, ani it .was nu honr before his wife ventured y usk meekly: "Shall you be able to exchange the tickets dear.": ! "- -:. "The tickets jftbat ticketsr said Mr. (Snapshot absent-mindedly, as ha rau his eye along the column: "I didn't get the tickets; forgot all about it un til it was too late and look here, Amarycllis Snapshot, if I am never to be -allwed Jo wad mypsper at honw in peace I shall get a uivorce an of Ear rv a deaf mute, that's what I'U do. Mi lea go Tribune." VS. HAD COURAGE. tint IHi tW.ft ? W s Lr':ln In HrnMCCf nnu It .Vri"e l i;! n Not. There nrs many t imes, albeit not char acterized by startling frequency, when the nerve the emotional nerve ol Macalli-rtcr Mcllhenny reasserts Itself, and fc themor.'iertg'vcs hope to hh frien'ls that h will yet storm the cit adel of some fair maidca's heart and cla'.ra it cs his own. says I'm Detroit Free Press. The latest recrudescence, sj to speak, in this line manifested it self recently. The buoyant and hopeful; Mao had found enother aweot creature who had permitted hiia to visit her after the first call. In that alone was a certain tri umph to which Maeal'.istcr Mcllhenny was not slow to respond. On- the occasion of which this chron icle treats he bad tarried until be was In sl.ght of the wee sma' hours, and in a wild burst of enthusiasm he had pro posed to her, as he had many, many times proposed to so many, many other caidns. But the girl rescnt'd it aaif rr.cn were plenty. - "(.or sbo answered him, naughtily, po.si.-r She wes so radiantly beautiful, and Mao.iliister Mcllliennv was so dead In tamest, that before she knew what had happened be had bent forward and kissed ber with a loud report. Sir! she exclaimed, with great In dignation, "you fcave gone too far." "I Itc,"? jonr pardon, he replied, non chalantly, "yon told me to go, but you didn't my how far. aud I went. l!ut it availed hrm not. Ho bad the coaras, but be lacked the strategic avlity, and onco more he found iim self an emotional wanderer upoath fao of tti cold, rcpollcnt earth. a fmtort Africa s Klrshut. Ilerr Carl II.igenb".-k, of llumburv tho auitnal trainer add collector, gives it as bis opinion that the best way to protect the African. elephant from ex tinction is to prohibit llio exportation of tusks weighing less than ten kilos (twenty-two founds) aud to stop the killing of females and young bulls and encourage hunters, by offering them prises, to capture tho animals alive and bring them into 4he trading stations. Something will have to be done, and this soon, for at the present rata of slaughter a few years will see the African elephant practically extcr minuted. Mfewry Their Portion. The ficero colony in the state of D ran go, .M.ici. ins provcu a cruel fc'.lur. 1'he Mack tncu were bronjrht fivm Alttl-nma and (.corgla oeitcnsibly Cur luna lalKir. They found tucnv solves Iienktl In ahln u.idcr rills rvaril, ovcrorl,-cl and nialtrrated. ivrcr has carrltnl olT hair their uunv brr. It is no won'ipr tlint they wn said to be hard to cont rol. Tbe report that Uie rvmnnnt Is to be srtit home ttisy bs jmc, bat the tnutur ouliJ aroin ta af ford a proper Cold ft lnwstlpftttioa tot the RiitrernitMint. t , Mistake. Wife You tnado tniatake, my oesr. when In tour sneer you told Dridjjet you tiifln t wanl ncr to aom brr uiy run in uere apuia. Husband How did If 1 meant just what I said. Wifo-No doubt; but It was mis take to call hr face a mug. Husband-Well, that's what It Is. Wife t think not; for when yon poke 1 noticed that her face fell and Jt aWn t Weak, wncn uruijeiaropi a mug, mj dear, she always picks It p la dutpiL Detroit Free "res. 4 Madrid, March 8. -The ship owners of Seville have offered to ilie government fifty steamers to be put to any use the authorities nay deem expedient. Some of these steamers are trading to Eng land. Tbe chamber of commerce of Granada has issued a Circular note inviting all Spanish merchants to break their commercial relations with the United States, and to cancel the policies of insurance is sued by Amercian companies. Many of the merchants have al ready done so. Feveral more Spen'sh subjec s who were acting as American consular agents have resigned as a protest against tbe attitude of the United States toward Spain, In dignation meetings were held to day in many places in the pro vinces. Good news! if you are shew Inning. Closing out the' shoe (h'j-artmcnt. Ilerudon & Bagwell. Sneed & ' Thomas sell onlv B uist's seeds they are always relia ble. We put them down to 5 cents, l ide Plow Points, uone better. Ilerudon & Dugwell. EVERY FAMILY GHOULD KNOW THAT. U a rerr temtrkMc remedr, both for jMSi tbRSAl aad EXltKSAL use. and warn. sVrni ia Us quick actum to relief cdiatrta, Paln-KMer SzsstffZXZ ('bill, Dinrrhira, DrwaK-rr, Crmaf (.katiera luul uli liuuni LompiauUt. Flrbara, Mirk Mrariarbe, Pale la lb liiuk or itidV, it hmBwtUat and NearmlaUu P&in-Killer SffirCSSSMS MADE. It bring rly prrmannu rtiuf tu &1I ai of KraUca, Cala, BfraJaa. fccvera Itiirna, Ac Pain-Kiltcr rTSWrif Ncrhanlf, Farmer. Ptaairr, railr, ana In fuclllcui"ii wanting a wrilM'inaalwaTial band, am! "In utr Internally mr cxlerullr with crrtrJntr of rtllcl. IS RECOMMENDED By PtyrtrMin. bf MiMtionartet. by MmtiUn,lf MtchnnUl, bf AWnfi in llapitaU BY EVERYBODY. Pain-Killer teFXXZZ leave port without a annrlr or h. t-So UmUf cau atlurd to ba wrtboat Ola) tiva! uable rs.iie.ly In the boa lie. In pnee brlnia U within the rmch of all. and It will anaaaiiy OATe many time Ha coat la dortora' bllla. Bearara ot Irolutlona, tab aoo fcaS lk ganulsa ruu itavia," Do You Need Printing? Call up Boll phone No. 7G and rive us your order. We print anything from a visit ing rnrd to a newspaper, but make a specialty of commer cial printing. Letter Heads, Note Heads, Dill Heads, En velopes, Statements, Etc., at prices at which you can not kick. Give us a trial it may Im possible that we can pave you money. Office over lVrnestene's store, Main street. King & "Rollins. Xcthiog but Fiit Class Woi k don' at Shclburn s. sby r Cipany, (INCORPORATED) COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS CORRESPONDENTS J R WILLARD & COMPANY, 46 Broadway, New York 17 Chicago. Board of Trade EtmtaaS Board of Trade. nrk Produce Exchange. Coiuolldatad Stock Exchange Orders for fractional loU of Stacks or Wheat ex. ; ecuted on N. Y. ConnolkUted Stock Exchange. Rooms 6-8, FiMty Bank Bnllilii IntcntAts Phone No. 165. Call in up for latent market quotations. TtH E TIME get Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes or Anything usually car Ried by a first class Dry Goods Store. MCRRIS HASKELL Is selling out his winter stock in order to make room for the immense Spring Stock that is to be put in. A fine stock to be sold Cheap for Cash. Don't forget the Place! Morris Haskell, Mrs. Follett's Old Stand. LATEST IN BLACK GOODS We have received a handsome line of the latent effects in The atylcs are more varied than heretofore snows . ia tact trier partake ol extreme narelty beauty. Ourhisrh etaM Mohair Crerjoaa la trulv a eloth of beaut v. Thia aotKia la the acknowledged aad 'luptrl atvle for aeparate akirta. Then, too. we nave a large range ol tae neaatttut HO HAIR JACQUARDS. They come in vide wi'ltha and at very moderate coat, and for a full eoatume they are nneqnalled in point of atyle and durability the kind for s moderate peraon to area ta the line. Uur tilty inch MOHAIR SICILIAN Man a very hieh and rich loatre. and in point of rich effect it auraaaaea moat high price ailka. Thia Mohair Sicilian ta vary aniosth fabric, doea not hold lint aad duat. hence we would recommend it (or atreet wear akirte. Owing to the extreme width, the coat of a akiit is moderate. We have a no another fifty Inch cloth, aa old friend (friend beraune ot ita long wealing quality i and favorite with oar trade. It is s fine unail, light weight, GLORIA CLOTH. lOood for early Spring snd pleaaaat throng hoot Pi he Hummct, Thu, tao, can be bad sis mod erate con. In atapie black tarn, each aa French Serge, wool and ailk warn, Henriettas. Etc our line ia to large that we are prepared to make very peraaaaiirc onerioga, aad ta uiuatrate our mean PERSUASIVE OFFERINCS. Alao to rive von the correct Idea of what w are doing in point of pricen thronghout oar Black Gooda Departmetit. we offer tea piecea of fine thirtyia inch, all wool hard finiah French Serge, at twenty-three a el a yard eight yards afulldreaa. Coal you but out dollar and eighty four cento ft. 4. Ttte largenraeot our Black DreaaOoM ato:a will not fail to im prate yon with our ability ts pleaar evcrv aiie pane. Sa We will be nleaaed to abow van throoah our Black Cnoda Department, whether von are rraay lornrcnaacor not. vonc any way ana get a correct idea of what ia In be worn la Black Uooiiathte Bcaeua. ELLIS, SIE IS CO, New Store letn-een W. A. Slate Co. and PriJgen & Jones. THE LATEST STYLE. If you want a good, Hair Cut the latest sty le or a nice clean Shave, we can accom modate you. Every thing in our line done n First Class Style. Call and set us and we will fix you up right. Polite work men will wait on you. Barber hop opposite iost office. B. W. Warren. entathebtMwIletendnMacr-cetler. Heh.iv tne-'MMoneartn'asiivvnwaaiaaaeeM. Lim inreac reduced in price and ewr potior anndl tiooa now lead the wnrM. Iint miaa writing tn the I. r. A., eat Cattedral St., aalUaMrc, Md. (Menttoa thia paper.)1 DR. J.JTHAXTON, Willi fifty year.' eaperlence a. a Deneral Pi lionet, trader, htavnlceatatheellimiaef Dt Sam, Hi. apratahir.: Mnrwaa, Membrane, Otaad. and Nrrna (feraalea ta partlralarl, ladl teatioa, BrmKhili, nrmtnla. emiMirii'ton and Headache, aeronrlary and Mereditat tl rmea rCeeal C. M. fteradon'a, ufltc wvet Jone's fewelrvMara, OfVe bonrs. e'clack a. as. ks It n aad from I p.m.kaB. m.